Joy R. Absalon-USA TODAY Sports
||Extra Base Hits
||50 (Anderson, '96)
||150 (Tejada, '04)
||.646 (Gentile, '61)
||92 (Anderson, '96)
Chris Davis is having one hell of a season.
While he slowed down a bit in July, he still has a shot to hit 60 homers and should easily surpass Brady Anderson's Orioles' record of 50 single-season home runs.
The man known as "Crush" is also on pace to set team records in slugging percentage and extra-base hits, both of which he could break easily. In addition, he has a chance to set the Orioles' RBI record of 150, held by Miguel Tejada, who put up his numbers in 2004.
There's one more record that Davis could break, although it's not necessarily a great accomplishment. Davis needs 60 more strikeouts to break Mark Reynolds' record of 196 set two years ago. Davis is currently at 137.
But hey, one bad record among four good records—I'd take it.